Rent 10 Incredible Films for $1.99News
Great news, film lovers: #TIFF16 is right around the corner.
To celebrate Canadian film excellence (and the fact we have Blind Vaysha, hand.line.cod, Window Horses and We Can’t Make the Same Mistake Twice at TIFF this year), we and the wonderful people at Canada Screens have a selection of films from previous TIFF editions at a discounted rental rate of $1.99!
See more films here. The rebate ends September 18th!
Xavier Dolan directs this transgender romance about a couple that is sorely tested when Laurence, then living as a man, wishes to become her true self: a woman.
Maps to the Stars
Enjoy this David Cronenberg film about a Hollywood family chasing celebrity, one another and the relentless ghosts of their pasts.
Take a penetrating look at the 1969 Sir George Williams University riot when a protest against institutional racism snowballed into a 14-day student occupation.
Pink Ribbons Inc
Each year, millions of dollars are raised in the name of breast cancer, but where does this money go? Léa Pool‘s doc investigates this question.
Sarah Prefers to Run
Discover Chloé Robichaud‘s film about a young woman whose love for long-distance running seems to be a crutch for her confusion about everything else in her life.
Montreal comedian Patrick Huard plays a slacker whose life is changed when 142 people he helped artificially inseminate file a class action lawsuit against him.
Stories We Tell
Enjoy Sarah Polley‘s genre-twisting film that playfully excavates layers of myth and memory to find the elusive truth at the core of a family of storytellers.
The Lesser Blessed
Check out a drama centered on a First Nations teenager trying to find his place in the modern world.
The Wanted 18
This film mixes live footage with animation to tell the surprising tale of a herd of cows acquired by the Palestinian community of Beit Sahour that came to be seen as a security risk by the Israeli army.
Trick or Treaty?
Follow Canada’s Indigenous people in their fight for justice with this powerful doc that examines the legacy of Treaty No. 9 in First Nation communities.